Tell Christy Clark and Rich Coleman: it’s time to apologize for dirty money
Christy Clark and Rich Coleman were warned about money laundering in BC — and chose to do nothing about it. It’s time they apologized.
Right now, the Cullen Commission is investigating how money laundering was able to take hold in BC — driving up housing costs, powering the overdose crisis, and fuelling inequality.
Five former money laundering investigators have testified that Clark and Coleman were warned about the crisis and refused to act. It is long past time for Christy Clark and Rich Coleman to apologize to British Columbians for turning a blind eye.
Tell Christy and Rich: It’s time to apologize for dirty money.